Semengoh Orangutan Sanctuary Information

 
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Semengoh Orangutan Sanctuary Information

The Semengoh Orang-utan sanctuary is located about 45 minutes drive south of Kuching. The centre is for the rehabilitation of Orang Utans that have been in prolonged captivity by humans. It is sited in a forest reserve into which the Orang Utans are released as part of their rehabilitation, initially for short periods but eventually for longer periods and even overnight until they are fully released.


The Organg utans are fed twice daily from 9 am until 10 AM and in the afternoon starting at 3pm. Outside of feeding time it may be difficult to see them. There are several walking tracks through the Sanctuary however access may require a Sanctuary guide.

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